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Thursday, May 21, 2020

Minnesota bishops tell governor worship will resume; cite lack of ‘clear roadmap’

Minnesota’s Catholic bishops have informed the state’s governor that they will return to in-person Church services later this month in defiance of an executive order imposing strict limits on houses of worship. 

In a letter sent to Governor Tim Walz on May 20, Archbishop Bernard Hebda of Saint Paul and Minneapolis said that services would resume on May 26, two months after they were first voluntarily suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Full article at Crux.


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